By Jürgen Engel
This monograph presents a finished and updated process on biomineralization. The topical concentration of the publication lies at the query of ways matrix proteins and cells catalyze and control mineralization in organisms. fresh advances within the knowing of biomineralization aid to raised comprehend biomaterials, particularly their mechanical homes. the objective viewers basically contains practitioners and learn specialists within the box, however the e-book can also be priceless for graduate scholars.
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A Critical Survey of Biomineralization: Control, Mechanisms, Functions and Material Properties by Jürgen Engel